A City Guide To Bengbu

A City Guide To Bengbu for He noted that individuals engage in forms of social comparison that reflect best on themselves comparative optimism/optimistic bias Weinstein and Klein Weinstein ; for example, in relation to HIV risk I may sometimes forget to use a condom, but at least I use them more than my friends do’. He found that the negative behaviour of peers is focused on more when making these judgements than is the same peers’ positive health behaviour. Selective attention in this way leads to unrealistically positive appraisals regarding personal risk. Weinstein identified four factors that are associated with unrealistic optimism . a lack of personal experience with the behaviour or problem concerned; . a belief that their individual actions can prevent the problem; . the belief that if the problem has not emerged already, it is unlikely to do so in the future; e. A City Guide To Bengbu 2016.

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